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What is a report? When we say ´Report` we are referring to a URL that contains potentially illegal images or videos. One report can contain an unlimited number of images and videos.
On Safer Internet Day 2020 a Focus Group took place exploring the topic of how Artificial Intelligence can be used by Internet hotlines to identify and remove Child Sexual Abuse Material (...)
A single anonymous report can have an incredibly huge impact. INHOPE’s member hotlines have countless success stores in which a public report has led to the successful investigations a (...)
Our hotlines, like many organisations, have had to adapt to the situation around COVID-19. This includes temporary work from home policies on non-CSAM activities. To many this is a new c (...)
If you’re working remotely over the coming weeks, now more than ever it's vital that you do your part to protect children online.
INHOPE has launched a ‘Support Us’ page on our website.
When you report something to a hotline in your country you may wonder what impact this has. In the majority of cases our member hotlines work indirectly/directly with law enforcement off (...)
The global network of Internet hotlines, INHOPE, partners with Cloudflare, one of the largest Internet infrastructure networks, to combat Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) online.
The AviaTor project began in January 2019 with project partners from ZiuZ Forensics, Web IQ, the German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence, the National Police of the Netherland (...)
Gyerekaneten.hu, (Child on the Net) dictionary-structured website operated by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) launched on March 1st.